Course Description

Elementary Igbo, AFRICAM 16A

Igbo is one of the main languages spoken in Nigeria. Originating in southeastern Nigeria among the Igbo people, Igbo is spoken by around 30 million people in Nigeria and throughout the Diaspora. The Igbo language is in the Niger-Congo language family. There are several Igbo dialects spoken in Eastern Nigeria, with some being mutually intelligible. A "Standard Igbo" is used in Eastern Nigeria for government, law, education and religious contexts.

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Credit: 6 quarter units / 4 semester units credit
UC Berkeley, African American Studies

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Gladys Ajaelo
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